“Understandably targeted” — new Sydney police commish falls for Muslim spin

Sydney: new police commish dunce blames Aussies for “targeting Muslims”.

Guardian

New federal police commissioner says Martin Place siege not a Muslim issue
Andrew Colvin also denies the AFP has ‘blood on its hands’ over the so-called Bali Nine drug smugglers

Attacks on Muslims in the wake of the Martin Place siege were “a terrible indictment on this country and this society”, he added.

He expressed reluctance to talk about Australia’s Muslim communities in relation to terrorism, saying “they often felt understandably targeted”, but “we could not have had success in stopping attacks without them.”

Jihad happens when you got Muslims. Because Muslims are religiously obliged to wage jihad against unbelievers, success must be measured on how many Muslims are removed from society, not in befuddlement with  Muslims who Andrew Colvin hopes will stop attacks on the citizens of Australia. This new police chief is a dunce who lives in cloud cuckooland. Full post below the fold!

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Jihadism is all corrupt Britain’s fault, says Brand: Comedian rants on YouTube that society is forcing young to turn to ISIS

  • The outspoken star posted an extraordinary ten-minute rant on YouTube 
  • Said Britain’s ‘corrupt’ society was to blame for youngsters turning to ISIS 
  • Suggested society at large had failed to incorporate young Muslims 
  • Said people were failing to understand why people were turning to jihad 
  • Blamed media for failing to address ‘core problem’ behind ISIS atrocities 
  • Brand has previously spoken out about ISIS in other YouTube videos 

I would suggest  Brand does not have all his faculties intact. 

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 Dumbing down is now policy downunder:

EVERY Australian school student would be taught positive things about Islam and Muslims and that Australia was a racist country, under a plan being proposed by an education think tank.

The plan is outlined in a booklet Learning From One Another: Bringing Muslim Perspectives into Australian Schools published this week by the Australian Curriculum Studies Association and The University of Melbourne’s Centre for Excellence in Islamic Studies.

It says there is a “degree of prejudice and ignorance about Islam and Muslims” and Australian students must be taught to embrace difference and diversity.

The booklet refers to al-Qa’ida as “a famous name” synonymous with the traditionalist movement in Islam, with no reference to terrorism.

Its authors are offering free seminars to teachers.

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In a not-so-veiled threat, Muslims in the U.K. have erected a billboard warning non-believers to “be careful with Mohammed.”

New Sydney Police Commish is a Dunce

The Martin Place siege was about “criminals doing terrible things” and is not an issue for Islam or Australia’s Muslim community, the federal police commissioner, Andrew Colvin, has said in his first official speech.

Colvin, who was appointed commissioner of the force in October last year, also denied the AFP had “blood on its hands” over the so-called Bali Nine drug smugglers, two of whom are currently awaiting news of their execution date.

Nor had the AFP given up the nine Australians in order to secure better co-operation with Indonesian police, as some media reports have suggested. “I find those comments misinformed and misguided,” he told Sydney’s Lowy Institute on Thursday.

Colvin said the AFP had been “doing what it can” to support the government’s efforts to spare the lives of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran, including lobbying police contacts in Indonesia.

He said criticism of the police, who alerted Indonesia authorities to the plot in 2005, “ignores the findings of several reviews and judicial hearings that have scrutinised the AFP’s actions”.

He would answer questions about the AFP’s role again, he said, but “while the government’s efforts are continuing, now is not the time for me to go into that”.

Colvin spoke about the need to future-proof the agency for threats that might one day “wipe terrorism off the front pages”, nominating cyber attacks, investment fraud, corruption and natural disasters.

“What we need our police forces to look like in the future is highly unlikely to be what they look like now,” he said.

A future police unit might consist of computer experts, accountants, lawyers and even psychologists, he said, with a sworn officer acting as “the captain who marshals the knowledge and expertise of those who are best placed to understand … the vulnerabilities that are being exploited”.

He would not elaborate on whether the AFP was engaging with disillusioned Australians jihadis who might wish to leave Islamic State, saying only that it was a “very active policy consideration” and the police were “very interested in talking to anyone” who reached out.

He expressed reluctance to talk about Australia’s Muslim communities in relation to terrorism, saying “they often felt understandably targeted”, but “we could not have had success in stopping attacks without them.”

Attacks on Muslims in the wake of the Martin Place siege were “a terrible indictment on this country and this society”, he added.

One thought on ““Understandably targeted” — new Sydney police commish falls for Muslim spin”

  1. “attacks on Muslims in the wake of the Martin Place siege”

    Which ones is he talking about?

    There were none.

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